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Created July 13, 2018 00:19 — forked from DanDiplo/JS-LINQ.js
JavaScript equivalents of some common C# LINQ methods. To help me remember!
// JS array equivalents to C# LINQ methods - by Dan B.
// Here's a simple array of "person" objects
var people = [
{ name: "John", age: 20 },
{ name: "Mary", age: 35 },
{ name: "Arthur", age: 78 },
{ name: "Mike", age: 27 },
{ name: "Judy", age: 42 },
{ name: "Tim", age: 8 }

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